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lalondes:

humansofnewyork:

"So do you sell drugs?" "No I’m only five"

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marianmaidenrose:

fallingaroundagain:

lupeylycan:

un-balanc-ed:

thatwrongthing:

this shirt would fit if it weren’t for boobs: a tragedy

that shirt would fit if i had boobs: the sequel 

this shirt fits perfectly because my boobs are the right size: the fanfiction

my shirts always fit: a man’s tale

what shirt: a nudist au

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oeias:

we reblog the clothes we think we deserve

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knitmeapony:

sihayadesigns:

skooth:

this is important and more people need to understand this

This. This. I have no idea what the context here is, but this.

Twin Peaks: still holdin’ up after all these years.

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jonnovstheinternet:

So I heard it’s Earth Day

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swatlock:

Pop Culture References in Shrek 2 (1/?)

Click the gifs for more information

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fishingboatproceeds:

I guess now that this has 213,000 notes, it should be mentioned that I never tweeted this (or thought it). The creator has acknowledged they made it up as a joke.

becominginspired:

lokiel-fallen-god:

celesgami:

idpmirtf:

rearadmiral-comsmocock:

can we just take a moment to realize that not only did it paint an elephant it painted it to give the illusion of depth

I love elephants more than anything

#1: read this

#2: stop reblogging this 

please

we need to keep reblogging so people see your comment and know

From the link

"It’s a myth that elephants are clever because they can paint. Please don’t think they are gifted or that it’s cute to watch this form of tourist ‘entertainment’. Here’s a few facts you need to know:

❖Elephants endure months of physical abuse to learn how to hold a paint brush, draw a straight line and paint flowers and leaves on trees

❖For years they then paint the same repetitive painting over and over again, every single day, sometimes twice or three times a day

❖When training an elephant to paint, a sharp metal bull hook or nail is used to guide the paintbrush

❖When the elephant paints incorrectly they are beaten as punishment, often the hook is rammed into the elephants ear or they are hit on their head or trunk

❖Look for scars or beatings on the top of an elephants head or trunk from metal bull hooks used to train elephants for human ‘entertainment’

What can we do to stop this abuse?
❖Please don’t buy elephant paintings, think of the abuse the elephants have endured their entire lives before painting the perfect picture
❖Please forward our website and tell friends NOT to buy elephant paintings

Visit an online search engine to see video footage of how elephants are taught to paint and you’ll never buy a painting.”

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formosusiniquis:

Captain America was so unrealistic. You honestly expect me to believe they put the flash drive in the right direction on the first try every time.

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faithtrustandblogdisney:

lilopelekai:

 ”And next time I see this dog I expect it to be a model citizen. Capiche?”

this scene is honestly one of my favorites in any Disney films and that’s one of my very favorite Disney quotes “Elvis Presley was a model citizen”

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Sexual harassment is an issue with any profession, and librarianship is no different. All of us – women, men, transgender, everyone – deserve to feel safe and secure in our places of work. These playful little comments alluding to our sexuality or what we do behind closed doors or what we wear when we’re not in the library? They can turn out to be not so playful. At the very least, they are awkward and uncomfortable. At their worst, they are dangerous. It’s harmless until it isn’t, and the line is just too easy to cross.

lestradeisasilverfox:

Nathan Fillion is not appreciated enough.

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